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Analysis of Coast Conflict Resolution through WiCoP in Foreign Coastal Area - Focused on Stakeholder's Participatory Process and Consensus Building -

문장원 1 Koo, Ja-Hoon 1

1한양대학교

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ABSTRACT

Coastal area is a specific area that contains different social elements and has various asking for the right to approach and use of resources and conflicts are occasionally happened. An effort was made in the meeting of United Nations Conference on Environment and Development (UNCED) in Rio of Brazil in 1992: in relation to oceans and coasts, Intergrated Coastal Zone Management (ICZM) was considered necessary for continuable development of coasts and was asked to every country to include it in the plans of each country. Since Rio meeting, one of the worldwide activities was the effort for resolution of coast conflicts through Wise Coastal Practices for Sustainable Human Development (WiCoP) that was initiated since 1998 by UNESCO. Therefore, in this study, in consideration of the examples of areas where conflicts were resolved through WiCoP, the kinds coast conflicts and examples of resolutions in protective coastal area such as urban and industrial costal areas, non-urban coastal areas, and marine park were analyzed focused on Participatory Process and Consensus Building. Through this analysis, it was intended to identify the indications helpful in the establishment of coast management plan that is to be established and executed in future in our country also.

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